Supressing the ctrl-c and other keys during word automation in automation

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by apondu, Jul 19, 2007.

  1. apondu

    apondu Guest

    Hi,

    can someone help me and provide me the information on how to supress
    the
    default action of the shortcut keys of word during word automation.

    I am using C#.Net

    I have written a code but it generates a exception "Object Reference
    not set
    to an instance of a object".

    I have posted my code here, can someone take a look at it and help in
    understand and help me to get the solution for this

    Word._Application app = null;

    object c = Word.WdKey.wdKeyC;

    object ctrl = Word.WdKey.wdKeyControl;

    object mykey = null;

    word.KeyBindings.ClearAll();

    mykey =
    word.KeyBindings.Add(Word.WdKeyCategory.wdKeyCategoryCommand,"DoSomeThing",app.BuildKeyCode(Word.WdKey.wdKeyControl,
    ref c, ref missing, ref missing),ref missing,ref missing);

    Here DoSomething is a dummy function

    public void DoSomeThing()
    {
    }

    It would be great if someone could help me.

    My mail id is

    Thanks for the help

    Regards,
    Govardhan
    apondu, Jul 19, 2007
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